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What is the London to Brighton Cycle Ride?2019-07-11T15:52:59+00:00

The London to Brighton Cycle Ride is an iconic 55 mile cycle ride starting from Clapham Common in South London, to the seaside town of Brighton.

Will the Covid-19 Pandemic Impact the Event in 2022?2021-07-15T14:51:20+00:00

The event will be going ahead on 19 September 2021, and is now sold out, but in order to comply with local council restrictions there will be some changes. Head over to our Covid-19 updates page for more details of what will look different. All participants have been kept up to date by email.

When is the event?2020-11-11T10:06:35+00:00

The date for 2021 is Sunday the 19th of September

How much is it?2021-04-21T10:46:34+00:00

It costs £55 per person. This includes a fully supported ride, complimentary water stops and not to mention that we’ll be waiting with your medal at the finish on the sea front in Brighton!

How old do I need to be to take part?2019-07-04T10:43:17+00:00

The minimum age for participants is 16. Those under 18 will need a letter of parental consent. Please contact our team to get a consent form or simply send a signed letter of consent to our team.

Where does the ride start?2021-07-22T12:58:08+00:00

The ride will start from Clapham Common South side, Balham Hill, London, SW12 9DU. There will be a staggered start between 06:10-10:20. Participants will be emailed their allocated start time.

Is transport provided back to London at the end of the ride?2019-07-11T15:50:28+00:00

Yes, this can be arranged for you! Once you have confirmed your place on the ride you’ll be able to book a space on one of our coaches returning from Brighton to Clapham Common.

What3Words2021-07-22T13:14:05+00:00

You may have seen the adverts for What3Words.  It divides the world into 3m squares, each with a unique 3-word reference.  It is being used by emergency services across the globe to accurately locate individuals requiring assistance.  By downloading this free app, it will provide an accurate 3-word code for your location.  We will be using this system to expedite the mechanical or medical support that we provide on the event and advise if you haven’t already, to download the app and try it out.

What is the route?2019-08-07T08:32:01+00:00

The route will be available on Strava. You’ll be able to download this once you have signed up. The route will also be signed on the day with brightly coloured arrows from the start to the finish which you can follow if you prefer.

Where does the route finish?2019-07-04T10:44:37+00:00

The route will finish at the Brighton Seafront on Madeira Drive, close to the Marina.

Is my bike suitable?2019-07-04T10:45:06+00:00

The route is entirely on road so please ensure your bike is suitable for this. Whilst using a mountain bike is possible, they are heavier and it would be more challenging! We recommend using a light weight road bike, or hybrid bike. It is also advisable that you have your bike serviced before the ride and ensure it is in good condition. Please bring a puncture repair kit with you and any spare parts you think you may need.

How fit do I need to be?2019-07-04T10:45:14+00:00

The London to Brighton Cycle Ride is challenging but achievable. In order to maximise your enjoyment you do need to train and get out on your bike before the ride!

Will there be mechanics on route?2019-07-04T10:45:22+00:00

We will have friendly mechanics at the water stops, lunch stop and roaming along the route to help out with any difficulties you have during the ride. Please bring a puncture repair kit with you and any spare parts you think you may need to ensure as smooth a ride as possible.

How will I find my way?2019-07-04T10:45:41+00:00

The route is clearly waymarked by directional event arrows. Please follow these at all times but do not panic if you haven’t seen one in a while! They are put on all turns, and along straight roads for reassurance. We strongly recommend downloading the Strava link so you can have it on your devise should you need it.  If you find yourself lost please call the contact phone number on the front of your bike number.

Is there any support on the route?2019-07-04T10:45:48+00:00

There will be a full support crew as well as medics and mechanics should you need assistance please call the contact number on the front of your bike number. If for any reason you need to retire from the ride you must inform a member of the support crew.

Will refreshments be provided along the way?2021-04-20T08:10:32+00:00

Free water & snacks will be available at the finish and at our refreshment stops, which will be in three locations on the route around 17 miles, 30 miles and at the top of the infamous Ditchling Hill at 45 miles.

Are there toilets on route?2021-03-03T08:51:02+00:00

There will be portable toilets at the water stops, and at the finish in Brighton.

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